Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Skyler Evans, Jul 11, 2013.
Try Cranberry lake up on the island. To get there you go by Pass lake. There's Browns in there also
I pulled a 17 or 18 incher out of Green Lake in Seattle several years ago. It was mid-February, got it on a muddler near shore.
At the time (with only a couple years of fly fishing) it was the biggest fish I'd ever got on a fly rod.
Yup sounds good.
They are really careful about where browns get planted since they are voracious fish eaters and if they took hold they could do a lot of damage to salmon and steelhead runs. There are some rivers over here that have what looks like amazing brown habitat. Too bad, but very necessary.
I have fished spanaway a few times and never caught a brown out of there a few bows and a few largemouth
Montana my friend
I have not had leave in 2 years i dont think my wife would be too happy if the only leave i got in 2 years involved a multi day fishing trip to Montana lol. I will keep montana in mind though i think i have some family somewhere around there.
well if u have that much leave on the books why not use a week devoted to Montana at some point.
remember because ur smart enough, good enough and dog gonnit people like you
ha ha im planning a family trip for april of next year to take about 2 weeks to get to oklahoma from here (stopping to fish), and then ill be going to the bahamas and try my hand at bone fishing.
Utah too. Went to school there and the browns were monsters.
There are no fish to be caught in Montana by out of staters.
Move along. These are not the browns you want.
Sometimes even the people that live in Montana don't catch fish.....
Wyoming !! Wyoming !! Grasshopper !!!